Word of Mouth
3:31 pm
Tue October 2, 2012

The Secret Servers

Every Google search, every saved photograph, streamed song, text message and each stroke of the e-mail send button is served and stored on a digital infrastructure that is – to the end user – invisible.  The New York Times has spent a year investigating the tens of thousands of data centers that support the information industry, and discovered a secretive, power-sucking infrastructure sharply at odds with its sleek, environmentally-friendly image. James Glanz joins us, he is an investigative reporter from the New York Times.

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